WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – It seems that Donald Trump is done with his tirades against the news media, calling some of them ‘fake news.’ Now he has turned to The Oscars, the biggest single event of the year in Hollywood.
‘From the Red Carpet to the actual awards ceremony, everything is fake,” Trump said.
“How many women wear not only fake jewelry or fake designer clothes and accessories, but also fake you-know-what? I’m sure the lesser-endowed male actors sport fake enhancements and you’ll know by grabbing them by their cr*tch,” he added.
Trump also criticized the fake announcement of the Best Picture. Presenter Faye Dunaway announced ‘La La Land’ as the winner, only to be corrected a minute later so that the Oscar statuettes could be passed on to their rightful owners from ‘Moonlight.’
“They even gave tribute to a living person during the ‘In Memoriam’ segment. Who knows what else was fake that evening? Blackface? Whiteface?
“It’s time that America put the truth back to fake Hollywood and fake news,” Trump concluded, as he sprayed his face with some designer fake tan.
LOS ANGELES, California (The Adobo Chronicles, Los Angeles Bureau) – Ten-time Grammy winner Carlos Santana shocked the music world today with his comment that Beyoncé didn’t win Album of the Year because she’s not a singer, unlike winner Adele.
“I think that Adele won because she can sing, sing,” Santana recently told the Australian Associated Press, before elaborating on his opinion.
“With all respect to our sister Beyoncé, Beyoncé is very beautiful to look at and it’s more like modeling kind of music ― music to model a dress ― she’s not a singer, singer, with all respect to her,” the Mexican-American musician added.
Upon hearing of Santana’s comment, Beyoncé tweeted, “In that case, why did Santana win all his Grammy awards when he’s a guitarist, not a singer?”
We’ll leave it at that.
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – The world’s eyes will be focused on Manila on February 25 as the metropolis plays host to a hodge-podge of public events at various venues to celebrate an impromptu world freedom day.
A few hundred people are expected to join in the commemoration of EDSA, the people’s power revolution that ousted President Ferdinand E. Marcos 31 years ago. The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines is also sponsoring a “March for Life” somewhere in Luneta Park to encourage Filipino Catholics to make a stand against abortion and the reinstatement of the death penalty. Fans of AlDub will also gather in Quezon City to reclaim what seems to be the sagging popularity of their favorite noontime show love team. The Mocha Girls may also make the rounds of Metro Manila malls to greet and entertain their fans.
But the biggest buzz thus far is that a internationally-famous Grammy Award-winning singer has agreed to stage a free concert at an undisclosed venue just outside of Metro Manila. This singer is known to have very close ties to the Philippines and is doing the free concert in celebration of his (or her) Filipino heritage and love for Filipino musical talent.
The musical concert details will be announced on national television and on social media on the eve of February 25. The free admission will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
So keep your appointment calendar open on February 25 and be on the lookout for this exciting announcement! It’s the “Next Big One” you won’t wanna miss!